A Design Lover’s Guide to Safe Summer Road Trips

Whether you associate road trips with being dragged across the country by your parents in an RV too small for both you and your annoying sister or breaking loose with your college pals, American Spirits in hand (remember those days?), there’s something undeniably freeing about taking to the open road. This summer, with the pandemic not yet in our rearview mirror, hitting the highway with your partner, your friends, your dog, or just yourself is also one of the best options for living out something close to a “normal” summer vacation, a much-needed breakaway after spending months in the same place. Here’s how carpet cleaning lexington to do it in style—and safely.

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<h1 class="title">Low Angle View Of Sequoia Trees In Forest, California. USA.</h1> <div class="caption"> A road running through the iconic Sequoias in Redwood National Park, California. </div> <cite class="credit">Photo: Carmen Martinez Torron / Via Getty Images</cite>
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With Camps and Trips Canceled, How Can I Actually Entertain My Kids at Home This Summer?

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Summer vacations will be looking a bit different this year. The coronavirus pandemic has yet to plateau in the U.S., with little evidence about when that may happen. As a result, families have been getting used to life at home.

With the school year coming to an end, parents are having to get creative when it comes to entertaining commercial pool furniture their kids at home this summer. That said, it doesn’t have to be a cruel summer for parents.

“As you navigate this unusual summer, take time to check in with your kids and see what they’re curious about,” Krystal Dillard of the Natural Creativity Center tells PEOPLE. “Maybe it’s daily or just weekly, but that little check-in can

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